June 17, 2020
The vendors you choose for your big day could make or break your wedding. A top-notch vendor will spend all the time necessary to solidify your vision and create a plan to make your vision a reality. They’ll go above and beyond on your wedding day to smooth out problems before you or your guests even realize a problem exists. When searching for your vendors,here are 7 ways you’ll know when you’ve found the right fit.
First thing’s first, they have to be available on your wedding date. Even if everything else seems on point, here’s no point lusting after something you can’t have! This should be the first question you ask every vendor before you even start discussing details. Get started early to get your first choice of vendors and avoid disappointments.
Want to find out what it’s like to work with your potential vendor? Read what people have to say about them. Some couples may have had a very different experience than what they bargained for, and you’ll want to know exactly what you’re entering into before signing any contracts. If the reviews are sparkling, feel free to move forward.
An out-of-date website or social account can be a sign that a vendor is no longer offering their services. But more importantly, you’ll want to be sure that you can see recent work before contacting a vendor to ensure that their style matches your wedding day vision!
Make sure that the vendors you ultimately hire are great communicators all around! From your initial inquiry through your wedding day, a quality wedding vendor will be prompt and attentive. Professional communication goes a long way, especially on the wedding day!
You know when you meet someone and you “click” with them and feel comfortable? This is a gut feeling that you should be searching for as you meet with potential vendors. You’ll want to feel comfortable working with your vendors, especially on your wedding day, so make sure that you click with the vendors you end up hiring.
Don’t try to make your vendors fit into your vision. Instead, look for vendors who already do what you love. For example, a florist who naturally creates tight, circular floral arrangements isn’t the florist for you if you’re going for a big, bold, overgrown look.
The first thing you need to do is sit down with your fiance and decide what your wedding priorities are. Once you’ve prioritized everything, communicate what those are to your vendors. You should get a sense that they understand and can help you create the type of wedding your looking for.